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Brett Favre: Most readers say it was a mistake to play this year

The Brett Favre file and poll asking whether he erred in returning for his 20th NFL season is sparking some Twittertawk. Weigh in here or on Twitter:

Tracy White: i think the more horrible mistake was being sleazy around every women he meets

Ajay Gupta: It appears so...though, let's see what happens by the time the playoffs role around.

Lawrence Stanfield: Viking offence was going nowhere and Favre tried to get Childress to let him run a naked bootleg. Brad said inappropriate. [Ed's note: bada bing!]

Enigmatic Anarchist: It certainly looks that way, and now his legacy is at risk of being soiled by these sexual misconduct allegations.

Juan Carlos Madrid: Yes I think so, but not as big a mistake as sending inappropriate msgs to the Jets employee

Mike Gessner, Ph.D: I've never admitted to a mistake. What would I have made a mistake about?

Lori O'Leary: Yes he did, in my opinion. He could have quit while he was ahead w/respect & talent, but I didn't expect this. :(

Manolo: He didn't make a mistake wanting to play, he made a mistake creating a circus before coming back to play.

More:

Mike Wilbon: Is this the final chapter for Favre?

Favre apologizes for being 'distraction;' if allegations are true, should he be suspended?

By Cindy Boren  | October 12, 2010; 10:27 AM ET
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When will the media begin the "tiger-like" onslaught of Favre? Is he that untouchable? I bet the media doesn't say that because Brett hasn't commented they can't stop talking about it for six months straight until his wife leaves him for sure and he holds a press conference on CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX and just about every other channel. While the media says that its not their fought that they can't quit talking about this story and that he should have gotten in from of it. Yeah right!! So no I don't fill sorry for Brett at all.

LETS SEE IF THEY ARE STILL TALKING ABOUT HIS PERSONAL LIFE SIX MONTHS FROM NOW UP UNTIL THE DAY THE DIVORCE PAPERS ARE SIGNED. THEN YOU CAN FEEL SORRY FOR HIM. THIS IS JUST A COUPLE OF DAYS OF LITE PRESS!!!!!

OH no let him and his family get treated the same as Tiger woods and his family no basis here. No keep him in the news, naaaaaaa i am mercyful person his personal life means nothing to me. Keep it out of the news now you people must have seen how tiger woods family felt. I will pray for him and his family.

I WONDER IF THEY WILL MAKE A JOKE ABOUT BRETT FAVRE AT THE NEXT COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS SHOW AND AT REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS AND AIR THE JOKES ON THE NEWS SHOWS???????????

Posted by: gokusc1 | October 12, 2010 1:39 PM | Report abuse

I wager that Favre's "personal" problems will go away after a very sizable check exchanges hands. In fact, count on it.

Posted by: zephyr99 | October 12, 2010 2:12 PM | Report abuse

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